We all have busy schedules and overflowing inboxes, so once a week I round up the 4-5 articles that you may have missed for some easy weekend reading.

In the first month of 2023 we continued our series on “Innovation in Healthcare” with two articles: going from Idea to Validation and tackling the Implementation phase.

The other two main articles (in addition to our perennial “Best of 202x” post) talked about the value of telehealth from two different angles – one as a commentary on an excellent research article about the state (and perception) of telehealth, and the other about telehealth’s value in a post-fee-for-service world.

Enjoy your readings!


P.S.: Are you interested in my take on things? Email me an interesting article and I’ll share my thoughts on it in one of the next editions of Telehealth Tuesday.


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